Saturday Sketch Challenge

And last week’s Sketch Challenge winners are….

Melinda! Stampendous owner and stamp artist, Fran Seiford, chose Melinda’s because she “loved the design use of circles and the bright cheery colors.” Melinda used the Love Robotz Perfectly Clear Stamp Set.

Outside of the card

Inside of the card

And Regla! Our customer representative, Ronnie, said she loved Regla’s card because it was “classy yet simple to make and had great contrast.” In her card, Regla used Footprint Friends Woodmounted Rubber Stamp and the Bee Buddies Woodmounted Rubber Stamp.

Since this is 4th of July weekend and we are celebrating America’s freedom, we are giving you the “freedom” to express your creativity. That means that this week there is no set sketch so anything goes! You can make anything that your little heart desires!

Ok, you know the drill. Get out your stash and make something beautiful with Stampendous products. Post your creation to your blog, website, or in any public forum like Paper Craft Planet.com, Splitcoast Stampers.com, Stamp Shack.com or others. Copy the link to your card and paste it into the comment section of this blog post. Don’t worry if you try and post a comment and it doesn’t show up immediately! We post them on Monday. Find out more information by clicking on the “Sketch Challenge Rules” link at the top of this blog. Here is an example of Stampendous Design Team member, Jen Dove’s card made for this week’s sketch challenge. Good luck everyone!

12 thoughts on “Saturday Sketch Challenge

  1. Congratulations to Melinda and Regla! Your cards are terrific!

    I am so glad that you picked the freedom theme for this weeks challenge. I read about a very brave little 8 year old girl named Bella who is in the hospital. I wanted to make a card that would brighten her day and make her smile so I picked the changito pair for the main image on my gatefold card.

    Here’s my card:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/25278730@N05/4769252011/

    If you want to find out more about Bella and send a card to cheer her, I included the link with info in my flickr description on this card.

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